The State Department has just hired its fourth annual cohort of students for its Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship program.
In today’s Federal Newscast, with vote-by-mail services in high demand, the Postal Service sets recommendations for state and local governments to make sure each ballot gets counted.
The agency will continue to prioritize the most urgent cases before it returns to full operating capacity. Meanwhile, agency employees who work at passport facilities can expect to return to work in three phases, each phased dependent on local conditions.
Nora Dempsey, senior advisor for Innovation at the US Department of State, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access to talk about the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) program.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the number of cybersecurity incidents across government is down for a second straight year.
Thank the people who do the hands on work of government. There are many but as we head into the last week of our annual May We Say Thank You campaign, Federal Drive anchor Tom Temin highlights two in particular.
Monica Jacobsen has done complicated work necessary to bring evil-doers around the world to justice. She’s a finalist in this year’s Service to America Medals program.
The National Federation of the Blind and four individual plaintiffs file a lawsuit in federal court against the Social Security Administration for its refusal to accept digital signatures.
In today’s Federal Newscast, two members of Congress want the White House to save all records on the firing of State Department Inspector General Steve Linick.
In the last couple of weeks, GAO has reissued reminders on open recommendations. It’s a long list.